Patrick, The World’s Oldest Wombat Is A 30-Year-Old Virgin

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This is Patrick, the world’s oldest and biggest living wombat. He just turned 30! Not only is he in his dirty 30’s but he’s living a bachelors life. That’s right, this cute little guy is a virgin.

This is Patrick, the world's oldest living wombat. He just turned 29.

Since Tourism Australia posted birthday greetings for this little fella, more than 185,000 people have liked the post – which revealed that Patrick is indeed a virgin.

 

 
Since Tourism Australia posted birthday greetings for him yesterday, more than 185,000 people have liked the post – which revealed that Patrick is a virgin.

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In the wild, wombats are normally supposed to only live to only see the age five. In captivity they usually live to around 20.

In the wild, wombats typically live around five years. In captivity they usually live to around 20.

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Many people on Facebook speculated that Patrick’s virgin status may have been a huge factor in his longevity.

Many people on Facebook speculated that Patrick's single status may have contributed to his longevity.

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In a recent appearance on Today, Patrick revealed that he likes his tucker.

The World's Oldest Wombat Is A 29-Year-Old Virgin, And He Doesn't Care

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